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It'll pay you well totake advantage oi the unusual Shoe Bargains we are offering, yesterday's ,
buying eo?;vm^ thejr?ic? is ^tg^t^
f^orrr bV these: ?iE?tjexiON!
$0.00 Nettleton's, this sale.. .,$4.65
5.So Florsheim's, this sale.4.25
5.00 Florsheim's, this sale.3.95
4.00 Grades, this sale.3.00
3.50 Grades, this sale.2.75
?6.00 Shoes, this Sale...- -.$3.35
5.00 Shoes, this Sale.3.75
4.00 Shoes, this Sale...2.95
3.50 Shoes,, this sale..2.75
3.00 Shoes, this Sale.2.65
$2.5o Shoes, this Sale.$i.h>5
2.00 Shoes, this Sale.1*55
1.75 Shoes, this Sale.1.30
1.50 Shoes, this Sale.1.15
NONE CHARGED OR SENT ON APPROVAL
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE SHOES THAT SATISFY
: \ ' Ys
of your children made at your
Keep a record of your Child,
it will be a treasure in old age.
Let us know when to call.
green's Art Shop
' .. On The Square.
I am the man to fix your teeth
bo you cari Seat? th? pie that 1 put
in the Piedmont Belt.
I make plates at $6.50
I make gold crowns at$4.00
. Silver fillings, 50c and up. ,
Gold fillings $1.00 and up
Painless Extracting A(ff.
- n?j : -! .
I make a; specialty ot. treating
Pyonhea, Alycolari-s. of ; the .gums
and all crbwoilaudVj bridge-'work
and regulating:': mal ^formed teeth.-'j
AU work guaranteed first-class
S. B RU C ?
1 ha^e some of the best farms
in thejjcouptyfor sale and they
are ch??p; - :
1 have a -tract-of 210 acres '3
miles frorh;; Sandy Springs that is
worth investigation. , .
! hay?; 76 acres 2 miles from
Stan that- .1 am. offering for sale
.cheap, arid lots of others.
! have any;sjze. tract you want.
Come to see me.
|J. *3. Love*
V Jaaf?s?:-Ws?lttcb; E.-ftj;. hhs'returned
'.to th? city after, spending two weeks
at Hamptlcn Sidney, Va.
- ' ' >E,:$, ' brake of'^Bettoh ,was In the
e?ty. yesterday. \: .
A. P.: Burgess of "White Field was
a visitor In th? city "yesterday.
W; H. Mboro; of- Pendleton was la
.T. C. McFall of" Hall township was
, - . a visitor hr the city yesterday.
7 in the, city yesterday.
A."K. IMchardson of ^Lebanon wos:a
: visitor in. tho cUy, yesterday.
'.cV M, .Gray; and-wife ot r,<artf'wcre
in! the cllyyeiCs^y."
The Independence of Thought a
Meeting One Long to Be Ren
Special (o Tlio IntoUicrnrer.
CLEMSON COLLEGE. .Tun. 28.?As
one of the editors attending the an
nual meeting Of the demonstration
agents said this morning, this is a
most remarkable conference. Ho said
that he had never attended a confer
ence where there war ao much inde
pendence of thought and so much
snap and intelligent discussion. .'AH
man can not help feeling that these
agents are a loyal, enthusiastic, and
consecrated body of missionary work
ers who'are terribly in earnest about
carrying the gospel of better farm
ing to.every nook and corner of South
Carolina. Every agent is hero ex
cept Mr. Stewart, who was kept away
by sickness. Another noticeable char
acteristic is the loyalty and devotion
of thct-e agents to' their consecrated
chief. Prof. W, W. Long. Certainly
tlif', man deserves the esteem* of all
w'io have the welfare of agriculture
ac heart. >, \. -'
The'meeting'of Thursday morning
was notable because of the fact that
the editors of.nearly every, dally pa
per in the State were present and
took -part in ,th? discussion. Every
man of ' them5 declared the. paper he
represented was readyto lend every
possible assistance to the demonstra
tion agents in giving publicity, to the
work. The editors were enthusiastic
in their approval of the .demonstra
tion work] The following newspaper
men were present, all of. whom made
addresses: Robert Lathan, News and
Courier; J. $. Remolds, The State; C.
O.- Hearon,-*the H?partanburg "Herald;
W. W. Smoak, The Anderson intelli
gencer; G. pr Brown?y the ? Anderson
Daily Mall; i. D. Evans, the Florence
Times.. G..W. Brunsen of .tho, Green-,
Ville Dally Nows. was here part: of the
time, but was not. at the morning ses
sion. It. is .generally.,felt . that, If
nothing else was accomplished by.
'.thlB meeting, the bringing together of
th?se two powerful agencies , will re
sult in untold.benefit'to th?- States;,!
On Wednesday;-evening. L .a dinner
was served to. the editors In the. col-.
;lego parlor. Dr., "\V. M, Riggs pre
sided, and, after all had enjoyed the
elegant feast,prepared. b>* Mr, Schil;
ie'tier, he made a'short address in
which he spoke of tho pleasure it
gave the coll?ge to have as its guests
these men whp have been of so,much
help to the institution, especially in
the public -service.-work. The follow
ring. were called on and . responded
happily' in brief speeches: Robert
Lathan, of the News and Courier;
John S. Pttynolds, 6f the State; W. W.
Smoak, of tho Anderson Intelligen
cer; J. N. Harper, ot the Clemson ex
periment Station; D-W. Daniel, rep
resenting.-local .newspaper 'corres
pondents, and W. w. Long.
The night session Wednesday wae
largely attended by members of'the
faculty and the newspaper men. All
of "the agents are always*, iu their
places.' At tho night session Profes
sor Long read part ot his apnual re
port. It was: listened to with' atten
tion and at times with astonishment
No man present had dreamed of? the
far-reaching work that had been ac
complished. Mr.. Long generously
gave^credlt for his report'to"the men
who had worked ?0 faithfully? nnd in
on?\s?nBe ho was right; but every
one present knew,that Mr. Long was
just as : much responsible' for the
; s'tfecesa-that' had been; "attained at
ever.'G (moral-Lee w??'*for the succesp
oY his'-ioYdiers. *' :
. Nrt f?Tic> rrno^.d 0* 'hApA' nip**inr
" n. ll?/>lo'i<j ?M'MnV. TV? 'iun? irn *r
hon-* -r>f hi?r?. *i"<?' t??? "' <
fV???.. -rn? .t?1l -a* o^f.'r-??-. '?'
fiVft.'.r.r,T^|iT^ In . A-**AT'A*
n?U(kMntt^ ??^ - K?ra"' >-*"*"
' f*?tpV?ic.rTn# ; *v?i? -a a ,11 -
a>i?'ot^r> ft mirV?Mrt?? ht? . V. V-at^v
WaaIja WA% Vi?r>l*?lnrlir OTj'ri^to&tth'p?
it--a-nq r?r?i'a?>fthi?-?*atrk?'*>? tho di?.
r.O?alr>?B . xvom. 'i^ored ?>'?"<Mm'*f ' V>
~r,AAt?| .. AAA^ttlrt'Tjo > p?V<? : <>rvl<ha?r'
TU>rn,. fp?tyjfltt In thf? orln*, *f\*| i<i
. ,(??do x.-Tt, fj|.s><oi,* <<5*}??hlrt' -not **
A.>onnrr>' r?^"i*?*?<-??.^ h"i-' fAr.(hi<j vnn?
-vtve?A -rnA'.j oIvat^v hnirrhf.. ?Op/
a?i?1 r?for.n'*A4.*hr' Inn*. n*yV ?>T!?>i8ft-r'
: ih?..t>'i?iA?',??hi^^ (???>??f>ttv. t\9 '\y\<,naf nr?r
-- ?WQ'>jtmsnoiie^t. Wff?i price?-thnt fat
V- a??We>ir'.-4*?"-'JH*?n??i?i .^n?*V<?e!?
t\* f?-i?r|Atiifiii-al vorV >n" ?eh?<>ip
- Prof, iTvT. N^rilAr^ fn.T?*v>*iva* ?i^-v
fein. rllaeP^ed Mie; <U?V?*M ^v-'ff.:w?>
that aroqs'cd:?rt?#tvehifcusiatfm. vHc-u
nd Intelligent Discussions Malting
nembered by Editors and Farm .
ents in Attendance.
doing n fine work in Darlington Coun
Several representatives of the ag
rlculaural department in Washington
are here taking a lively interest in
the conferences. Among these are:
".T. Ai Evans, assistant to Dr. Bradford
Knppp; L. W. Hill, formerly Fuper
intendciit of education in Alabama?
hut now in charge of the.,hoy's corn
club work; 11. E. Suv.ely, Held agent
of the farm demonstration work; W.
F. Ward, of the bureau of animal In
dustry, and J. Hi McLaln, of ' the
..Alken, Anderson. Suinter. Green
wood, and Florence are making plan?
to follow the lead of Darlington in
teaching agriculture in the -rural
schools. . ' . , .. ;
The sessions will, be conclu'icu to
morrow morning and'tho demi'MstiH-^
tion agerts will return to their homes
filled with a determination to do h
.better year's work.
T?e following was the general- pro
sram for the South Carolina Demon
stration Agents' meeting January 2C
to 29, inclusive: ! if?, v -v
Meetings 9 to 12:30. a..m. and 2 to
G:30 p. m.
1. "How Shall-County Agents Meet*
Most- Effectively, the Increasing iDe
mands for. their ' services?-r-C. B.
Discussion?W. R. Elliott.
2. "Our Slogan is .'Soil Building.'
What Shall We Advise As to tho
,: Practice and the - Order -of practica.
Necessary?-r-Lj B. Altnfan
.-. Discussion--J.-W--.Shealy.' .
3. "How Shall Wcf Induce Boys^fo
Sow Cover Crops and-How .Shall Y,'c
Develop the Boys'- Work??J. F. Ezell.
? Discussion?J. M. Xuplerl? .1:
5. Question box. 'Jubjecta suggest
ed: The brood terrace ; ...circular let
ters; weekly field reports; fertili
zers; potash for 1915; magnifying
demonstrators; surplus grain produc
tion; cotton after" cover crops;-. live'.
-, stock; acreage : of j various >:cropa * for
1915; legume seed for l?liV; : . negro.1!
tenant' demonstration work;.'-kow to."
fold and clip weekly reports.-, ft
, 6. "The Tow to iFlvc Horse Farm
in 1913. What Shall. We advise??Tr
M. Mills. , & _ >
. uiscusBion?i?. vvYHiii. '
7. "What Crop System Shall We
Advise in 1915 For .-Small Tenant
Farmers, Including the Negro??J. F.
Williams. ; .-'. << - .
- Discussion?W.- T.- J. Lever.
8. "How Sbalb We Best Introduce
Coop?rative Selling and. D?ving and.
How Shall County Agonts Assist??Ai'
A. Mclfown.- v.: >': t . tei
Diecusslon^Colin MeLaurin. . , ;
' v. l . .. . ,v:
E. N. Sitten, president of the Peri
diet on Manufacturing Company, was
in the city yesterday. -
R?v. W. H. Mills of Clemson Col
lege was among the visitors in the
To-night! y.Glean your bowel'
ontf stop headache, colas
sour stomach. y
..Get a 10.-Cpnt.box-.
Take. a. Cascaret tonight to cleanse
your Wver, Stomach land Bowels, and
you will mireiy^feeY'-greaf by morn
ing. ' You men and women who have,
headache, nervouB;: up'a?t, .bothered
witb'o sicif,: gassy? disbrderedv stom
ach," or have backache .' and feel all
worn' out.--} ' Are/ybtL- keeping your
boftels dean '"' with Cascarets?or
merely forcing a passageway every
few days With salts, cathartic pills, or
Cascarcts.Immediately cleanse and
regulate the stoiritfch. remove the sour,
itrodlg?sted ohd fermenting food and
foul'gases;- take the excess bile fr^ci
h theillxer.and carry ofi tho constlp?wd.
i waste.- matter, and., poison from ; the
Rohicmber, a .Casc?rot tonight will
V -fluiiuom Ai\. i"n.y no.< najuS-w-js
lQ-ocmt box from roi'.r druggfat means
heSKhy. bowel a?tl(<n; a' ?leflr h??ad
i, 'and' cheerfulness tot'' montha; Don't
-. for?o^ .^'^ren.
CLEMENT S. UCRER
' '. i I j ; ' ] '
WILL ! ?llsC?SST THE IDLE
LAND PROBLEM AT AGRl
; 5 CULTURAL MEETING
TO BE HELD
Local People Are Much Interested
as This City Will Be Repre- j
t sented. 5 # *
The agricultural committee of the
Chamber of Commerce receiver1 offi
cial notification today from Columbia
that the t>ffnrtu being made In that
city to Becure.the attendance at Char
leston of Mr. Clement s. Ucker, direc- i
tor of colonization of the Southern
..Settlement and Development .Con
gress; with headquarters at Baltimore
had been successful, and that Mr.
Uckcr, formerly connected with the
industrial and agricultural. bureau of
Illinois would deliver an address at
the Charleston. meeting, wkicb?..wlll
take up the question of possible im
migration and settlement on the -idle
lands in the- State. Local people, are
much interested, in the .Charleston
.convention, binde, this city will i be.
represented there, and Is in favor of
taany of the proposed plans to be
outlined at-the * -conference.1 While
there are no cheap lands in Ander
son County, or at least very few, for
sale; still, many land, -owners and
merchants and others .interested in
dairy*--;- and truck farming,.which is
pursued' almost .entirely on high, pric
ed lands hope that, some expert dairy
men :and trackers niayube brought to
^the . county, and ' especiallyso. since.
the< recent; noteworthy -progress, which
haw-been--made -in 'datrylnj?.- and cream'
production in Anderson County. 5 ,i
MRS. MARTHA "
Quieb/ Passes Away at'Her'Home
in 3elton Yesterday Morn-:
feg. *! -"' " '
" v-' - : j\. ,
Mrs. Murlhk < Matt ison ' Cox died
yesterday.morning at 4:30 o'clock ht
her homo in Helton at tho age of 79
years. ! Mrs. Cox had been 111;.with
grip for' tho past two weeks. T?wb |
days ugo pneumonia, developed rirtd
.owing tp her advanced age, the dbc
tors or.nurso were .unable to\<relieve
her and she .quietly-passed, away Into
the land "Of /"many ,. mansions" for
which she had so long lived and-look
.Mrs. Cox was the widow.of the late
Capt. George W; Cox who died 12
years ago. She was the daughter of
the late William Mattison, who lived
near, Honen. Pathrbut for 44 year*
'she has lived at her old. home in Bel
ton and it was here, surrounded by.
t h oso she ' loved best, that the' end
came' yesterday. She is survived by
one brother, Mr. William -Mattison of
Hona Path, and nine.children-?Judge
W. r. vox uiAad?Ww>h,;J. T.. Cox, ?.
W<' Cox, P. M. Cox, Utas. P. Cox of
I Helton, Mrs. I. P. Cltnkscalea, Mrs.
Si M, Holcombe, Mrs. W. J. Moore
head of Bel ton. Mr. H. R. Cox o?'Dar
lington. 'Besides there are left a good
many grandchildren and great grand
children, who: will, carry with, them
through life the sweet influence of her
Christian life. .She was a devoted
member or: the Baptist church and it
will he there today at 11 o'clock that
tne'r 'former -'pastor' Rev; W. T. Tato,
ni?w of ^Batesbargt will -perform the
last sad services, and she will be laid
to reai tn.the adjoining cemetery be
side hero hu?band-and three children
to await the resurrection morn.
Six grandchildren will act as pall
bearers: W. Clarence CUnkscales,
Henry - CHnksc?les, W: F. Cox, Jr.,
George W/'Cbx, J; Lewis Cox and
"falter T. Cox. "*"'. . '
Stetf? FlRlier of Level Land was a
visitor In the city yesterday..
Alex McBce of Greenville was In
', :.'- - -. '. . "
Wm. Burns and wlfo were among
tho visitors;'in the city ynalerday.
J.' If. Kay-of th? Hopow?ll section
} was in 'tb?'jelty y?sterdayV
m m ' ; ei
it Is Time For The Farmer to Think About
Buying Supplies For The Sprite Plowing
?f m a
Our line of Farm Implements is complete,
goods that are well established and of known
merit. Caii and let us show them to you be
fore you buy. ^ ? ;
?nd?rsonJS?02 ! 3 CI.?,(m ?2JBelton, S. C.
gg j j r Vffi -. ^t^?^^m?m?s?_j_==?
TO if:-!**?; 3 ^'^"'V^r?M
This flour is widely known asg spijiskes ~for itself.
"EVENTUALLY, WHY, NOT NOW?"
AU I have, to say U that I am offering it for the next 20
days for ?Oc per barrel less than what the mill wants for it
I have 20 barrels that got the least bit wet in shipping,
which I offer at $6.25. Th?sis the biggest value in Ander
son. Mv store i? chock full of other brands of -?ood flour
- m.uiu nguvjinCvf. ?i T.us pu. /uu SOC r??C S "G" ?y
M"&;.t)& ' eu. S?
Seven pounds of Good Parched Coffee for $1.00.
? .5 '
. .We.P.ay, cash for any land ofp;i?i. ,
"W. A. Power
212 S. Main
... . . .. <-j V v 4 jilt Jfte-* r 'Af-V
m il ' i i. ? " ... ! r ' i i r j ?fli n." > i.
DEIP?SIT W?R MONEY
With us, and then we will lend you money when you need it.
v- Interest-Paid on Deposits.- - - - -
The Farmers Loan & Trust Co.
, ANDERSON, S. C.
Combined Resources a Little the Rt?o, of One Million Dollars
our biaiif tousi
F.. A. Smythe,
N. B. SolliT?n,
J. F. Watson,
J. P. Hammstt,
If. A. Orr,
'.Ii J* Major,
Tbos? C. Jaekssa, '
Goo. Wo Erans,
J. C Htrrli.
Foster. L. Brown
J. B. Dont hit,
It, 0. Wl ter spoon,
J. B. Vnndlter;?
Wm. Vandlver.pf the county, wea.^i, ,Roy.B?rrjss.of.'tho county wns in
visitor in the city yesterday. . I t'.c city ycuturdhy.
h W. O. Morritt of Roberta, was in the
. . - .- . . ' - '
"Mts* .'1*oIb - Jackson of Iva . was
among tho Visitors'i?;the;city yoster
day. ^ ^
T. C. Jackson of Iva was among the
visitors in the city-yesterday. r:,
<Moa. :FInIey of (ho ^Mountain Ctvkli
soctiou; w'no-a.visiter la tlio city yes